John Bull beholds a vision of the near future.
|Main Creator:||O'Hea, J. F. (John Fergus), ca.1838-1922, artist|
Erin emerges triumphantly from a grave atop a snow-covered mountain while holding aloft a cross and the crown of Home Rule. Inscribed on the tombstone behind her are the words "Ireland Buried Here 1171", indicating the year of the arrival of Norman King Henry II. John Bull cringes with fear and the Union Jack lies broken at his feet. In the distance Viceroy, Lord Spencer and his Chief Secretary are awestruck by this vision.
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[Dublin] : [James J. Lalor], 20th December, 1884.
2 copies of this print available.
Supplement to the "Weekly Freeman", December 24th, 1881.
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 54.4 x 37.4 cm..
Citations/References: Images of Erin in the Age of Parnell / L. Perry Curtis Jr. National Library of Ireland, 2000 ; (Fig 18) p 35-36.
Attributed to John Fergus O'Hea, (ca. 1838-1922).
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|PD Weekly Freeman 1884 December 20 (A)||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Prints & Drawings|
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